Chateau de Bramevaque

Bramevaque, France

Chateau de Bramevaque was built in the 12th and 13th centuries. The keep is well-preserved, but the enclosure and the chapel are in ruins.

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Founded: 12th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France
Historical period: Birth of Capetian dynasty (France)

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4.6/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Teddy Plançon (2 months ago)
Simple to access, be careful it's a good climb and you preferably need suitable shoes. Magnificent view of the top of the keep. (free) parking also
Timothé Michel (12 months ago)
Accessible in 10-15 minutes from Bramevaque. A little steep at first, stroller to avoid. Nice little castle, you can climb to the top, free, hardly see anyone in July.
Stephen Kyle (13 months ago)
Quiet, beautiful views and a 2.5km forest trail to Mauleon Barousse. We parked in Bramevaque village, explored the chateau and then walked to Mauleon Barousse for a cold beer.
Andrew McDonald (18 months ago)
Lovely, short walk around the well-maintained historic ruin.
aventuriers terremer (2 years ago)
The view is beautiful, the walk short but pulls on the thighs! It goes up and the path is steep. To do !
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